OPB | Aug. 03, 2016
Philomath resident Camille Storch was named Oregon's Instagram photographer to follow by Time magazine. She explained why her account represents the state.
OPB | March 23, 2016
We hear about Josephine County’s decision to declare a public safety fiscal emergency and we'll learn about a drug task force that’s being resurrected to combat meth- and heroin-related crime in Klamath County. We'll also learn about Oregon’s special districts, and hear why Le Pigeon decided to eliminate tipping.
OPB | Dec. 02, 2015
If Congress doesn't act by Dec. 31, the stakeholders are back to square one.
OPB | April 08, 2015
Gov. Kate Brown declared drought in Klamath County earlier this week and farmers are anxious about the low snowpack.
OPB | Nov. 14, 2014
FRIDAY: Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is hoping to pass legislation to increase logging in public forests and manage water in the Klamath Basin before the end of the year.
OPB | Aug. 19, 2014
TUESDAY: Portland-based mechanical engineer, musician and author Christine McKinley brings us the laws of physics like you've never heard them before.
OPB | July 15, 2014
TUESDAY: We'll talk with EarthFix reporter Devan Schwartz and Robin DeMario from the Northwest Coordination Center about wildfires in the Northwest.
OPB | July 01, 2013
The Klamath Tribes exercised their newly won water rights last month, cutting off water to ranchers who are now pushing back.
OPB | June 12, 2013
Some ranchers in the Klamath Basin are being cut off from irrigation water this year. Residents of the area can expect the problem to get worse.
OPB | May 13, 2013
We'll check in on how the dry weather is affecting Klamath Basin water users and the early wildfire season.
OPB | May 08, 2012
We'll get an update on the ongoing controversy surrounding the plan to remove Klamath River dams.
OPB | March 30, 2011
We rebroadcast our show which explores why math is so intimidating for so many of us.
OPB | Nov. 14, 2008
What could this mean for Klamath County and rivers across the country?
OPB | April 30, 2008
How do former timber communities deal with change? How do they recover when change divides a town?